DrillOrDrop reviews what might happen in 2021 to UK onshore fracking and other oil and gas developments.
IGas has given up an exploration licence south of Chester.
The Welsh Government is consulting on its new policy to oppose fracking and any further oil and gas exploration.
A dozen onshore oil and gas licences, including one in Scotland, have been extended even though the operators have not met commitments to drill an exploration well.
Summary of recent activity on UK fracking and onshore oil and gas, including applications, consents and withdrawals.
Our digest of March’s headlines about fracking, shale and onshore oil and gas developments – and reaction to them
Wales Natural Resources Minister, Carl Sargeant, has extended his moratorium on unconventional gas and oil developments to underground coal gasification.
Transcripts and reports of parliamentary debates, questions and answers about fracking and onshore oil and gas for the two weeks ending 12 June 2015 Public opposition to fracking outweighs support Green MP calls on Labour to leave fossil fuels in the ground Gas versus renewables in bid to […]
Transcripts of parliamentary questions, answers and debates on fracking and onshore oil and gas for the week ending 23rd January 2015 This week The effects of fracking on rural communities Shale gas developments in Northamptonshire New bill on regulating fracking Redacted government report on impacts of fracking Fracking […]
Transcripts of parliamentary questions, answers and debates on fracking and onshore oil and gas for the week ending 5th December 21014 This week saw the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement – see our report on the Statement’s plans for a sovereign wealth fund and money for public information on shale […]